For those who have been wanting to upgrade to .NET 5 but have found it too time-consuming with the existing porting tools, the new .NET Upgrade Assistant is for you. It provides a guided programme for incrementally upgrading your applications with step-by-step instructions and recommendations.
.NET 6 went into its first preview in the middle of February. Though it is not due for release until November, .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) is worth taking a look a look at now. It is something to understand and get excited about, with a lot of changes coming.
.NET Core support for Azure Analysis Services client libraries is now generally available and with a lot of enhancements.
In this blog, we take a look at modernising .NET applications, the use of Azure App Service and take some real modernisation examples from our development here at Ballard Chalmers.
There was a host of announcements in the .NET Conference last week but the most important was, of course, the release of .NET 5.0.
In this blog, we take a technical look at two examples of enterprise-scale bespoke cloud developments that we have undertaken.
This infographic takes a look at three fundamentals of the hybrid cloud: Network, Identity and Access Management, and Security.
Microsoft has issued a security advisory regarding a vulnerability in ASP.NET Core which we want to pass on to you.
This infographic takes a look at four migration strategies for modernising business applications and which strategy best suits different needs.
September brought us the release of .NET Core 3.0! .NET Core has only been with us since 2016 and yet it has come a long way in that time. The release is compatible with previous versions, making updating easy.